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Arguments conclude in Cape re-count hearing

February 12, 2014 The decision on whether the city of Cape Coral will have to perform a do-over in the Nov. 5 mayoral election is now in the hands of Judge Elane Laboda. more »»

CCFD rescues dog; Animal Services seeking owner

February 12, 2014 Cape Coral Fire Department personnel rescued a dog from a storm drain Monday and now Lee County Animal Services is hoping to find its owner. The rescue took place on Monday, Feb. more »»

Free autism screening for young children in the Cape

February 12, 2014 Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Florida, offers a free monthly autism spectrum disorder screening for toddlers 18... more »»

Powerful Tools for Caregivers still signing up participants

February 12, 2014 Caregivers have a chance to improve their quality of life through an educational series. Powerful Tools for Caregivers, a nationwide program, starts Thursday at the Tony Rotino Senior Center. more »»

Councilmember Rick Williams to Host first District Town Hall

February 11, 2014 District #6 Councilmember Rick Williams will host his first district town hall on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Northwest Regional Library located on Chiquita Parkway near Mariner Middle Schoo. more »»

Recount suit goes before judge today

February 11, 2014 Three months after the closest mayoral election in the city’s history, former Caper Coral Mayor John Sullivan will have his day in court today when he and his attorney will ask a judge to order a... more »»

The Alliance for the Arts to host Affordable Care Act Town Meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 19

February 11, 2014 The Alliance for the Arts will host an Affordable Care Act Town Meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1. more »»

Family, friends remember ‘Dutch’ Hallier

February 11, 2014 A longtime member of the German American Social Club of Cape Coral, who helped organize and launch the first Oktoberfest, passed away last week after suffering a recent stroke. Manuel J. more »»

More pet owners sought in abandonment cases

February 11, 2014 In the first five weeks of 2014 Lee County Domestic Animal Services, in addition to routine calls, responded to 160 calls for cruelty and neglect, 99 calls for sick and injured animals, and 46 calls... more »»

First Taste of Cape Coral a huge success

February 11, 2014 When you combine two great events into one, as organizers did with the city's first Taste of Cape Coral at Four Freedoms Park on Sunday, you end up with a gargantuan success. more »»

Happy 50th

February 11, 2014 Fifty years ago this week, The Beatles came to America and took the nation by storm. more »»

Council denies refund petition

February 11, 2014 Cape Coral City Council denied a petition Monday night by the owner of Fletcher's Grille & Spirits on Cape Coral Parkwa. more »»

Lee Clerk of the Courts to provide public info session

February 11, 2014 The Lee County Clerk of Court Office will participate in Sunshine Week and is offering a free public seminar from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. more »»

NFM?High student headed to state poetry competition again

February 11, 2014 David Luciemable of Cape Coral may not be considering a career in the arts, but the way he recites poetry may make him rethink that idea. more »»

Williams town hall meeting Saturday

February 11, 2014 District #6 Council-member Rick Williams will host his first district town hall meeting Saturday, Feb. 15, at the Northwest Regional Library, 519 N. Chiquita Blvd., near Mariner Middle Schoo. more »»

Clydesdales to be at Shoppes of North Cape Friday

February 11, 2014 The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales are visiting Southwest Florida. more »»

FMPD: Cape motorcyclist succumbs to injuries

February 7, 2014 A Cape Coral motorcyclist has died following a crash near the Midpoint Memorial Bridge. The Fort Myers police reported Friday that Rustin Eugene Day, 25, succumbed to his injuries. At 11:50 p.m. more »»

Former mayor remains ready to go to trial for election recount

February 7, 2014 After examining the absentee and early ballots, as well as the results of 11 of the 30 precincts, former Cape Coral mayor John Sullivan seems more ready than ever to go to trial over the results of... more »»

Taste of the Cape, Symphony at Sunset

February 6, 2014 In a celebration of music and local food that aspires to delight the senses, the annual Symphony at Sunset will be held in conjunction this year with the city's first-ever Taste of the Cape. more »»

Vet up for national prize

February 6, 2014 When it comes to the pet medical services, the patrons of Chiquita Animal Hospital rely on Dr. John Kacoyanis. more »»



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